Can the Avalanche do what few seem to be capable of and beat Andrei Vasilevskiy and the Lightning twice in a row?
The Rangers and Lightning head to Tampa for Game Three, with the defending champs on the ropes and desperate to find a way back into this series.
While we shouldn’t expect anything like we saw last night in Denver, this matchup of the Rangers and Lightning should be worth watching.
The Western Confernce Finals get under way tonight in Denver as the Avalanche host the Edmonton Oilers.
Three of the Final Four in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs have been decided. Tonight, the Rangers and Hurricanes battle for that remaining spot.
For the third consecutive year, Canada will meet Finland for World Championship Gold.
The Carolina Hurricanes try to finish off the Rangers in Game Six, and after a thrilling comeback win over Sweden, Canada meets Czechia for a spot in the Gold Medal Game Sunday.
The Blues eked one out against the Avs in Game Five, but can they do it again and force a Game Seven?
With Tampa awaiting the winner, Carolina and the Rangers prepare for a Game Four battle, and the Flames look to rebound after a dismal Game Three performance in Edmonton.
Tampa and Carolina can put strangleholds on their respective series and the Battle of Alberta moves to Edmonton in Stanley Cup Playoffs tripleheader action!
Just one game tonight, as St Louis looks to take the series lead at home against Colorado.
What’s better than a Game Seven? How about five of them? Three winner take all games on tap for today!
The Penguins, Panthers and Flames can punch their tickets to the Second Round with a win tonight.
The Avalanche look to be the first team through to the Second Round tonight.
The Hurricanes can put a stranglehold on their series as they head into Game Three tonight in Boston.
The Rangers, Panthers, Predators and Stars all look to try to knot things up as they prepare for Game Two of their series’ tonight.
Sixteen teams begin their quest for one of the hardest trophies to win in all of sports. The quest for Lord Stanley’s Cup begins tonight!
Coming off a huge night in Vegas, the Canucks face a trap game as they roll through the desert into Arizona for a game against the Coyotes.
After coming out of a four day break that felt much longer, the Canucks got it done in OT against the Sharks. Now, another chance to inch closer to the playoffs as Anaheim visits Rogers Arena.
The Canadians face a tough test against the Swedes.
A big day for Team Canada’s women as they meet Sweden in the quarterfinals, while the men take on the USA in preliminary round action.
The Canadian Women are absolutely rolling right now, and tonight they take on the Russians before their big showdown against the Americans for top spot in Group A.
After a heart-breaking shootout loss to the USA four years ago, Canada’s Team are ready to battle for a chance at gold starting with the Swiss.
One last rehearsal before the season starts on Wednesday, as the Canucks and Oilers meet up again.
Pettersson and Hughes are in the lineup tonight as the Canucks head to Edmonton for the first of three straight against the Oilers.
A tough loss on the road, but we should probably expect a different outcome as the Canucks play at home in front of fans for the first time since March 2020.
Fresh off a loss to the Kraken, the Canucks are home (sort of) to play a game in front of their fans (sort of) for the first time in a long time.
It’s our first game preview of the year as the Canucks head to the home of the WHL’s Spokane Chiefs for their first meeting with the Seattle Kraken!